Robin van Persie commitment gives Arsenal lifeline

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English Premier League side Arsenal have received a lifeline from one of their premier and inform strikers Robin van Persie that he would stay at the club and has no plans to leave it in near future.
The Dutchman, who recently came back from an injury, has been in sublime form, netting 12 goals in all competitions from just 10 appearances. The striker is committed with the Gunners and wants to win a trophy with his club.
The Dutch international has revealed that he does not want to go anywhere and would stay at the club. He has termed Arsene Wenger as the best manager and plans to play under him until the French manager is in charge at the club.
The striker confirmed that the current team is the best in business and he is confident that his dream of winning silverware with the Gunners is not that far away.
“I'm sure I could win things at another team in another country, but would it feel like our trophy, my trophy? I'm not sure it would. Anything we win here will come from the heart and that's what I want,” said van Persie.
The Dutchman responded to his critics by mentioning the fact that he feels a complete player now after returning from a long-term injury and those who never anticipated his return in the international arena cannot criticise him after his current performances.
There are many teams from across the world who have expressed their interest in the Dutch striker but the current Arsenal man does not intend to even put a foot out of the Emirates.
He said, “The bottom line is that I want to win trophies with Arsenal, not with anybody else. I know you can win trophies in many countries and in many ways, but I want to do that in our way and in an Arsenal shirt.”
Van Persie was delighted to be back in the team and praised Arsenal’s performance by saying that he was literally under no pressure to make a quick comeback as the team was already putting up a professional show and it gave him more time to recover.



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